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Learning as we go: A first snapshot of Early Head Start programs, staff, families, and children: Volume I: First report

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A profile of the characteristics of Early Head Start children and families, their home and Early Head Start program environments, and program services and staff in spring 2009, based on data collected from a nationally representative sample of 89 Early Head Start programs and 976 parents of 194 newborns and 782 1-year-olds, as part of the Early Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey, or Baby FACES

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United States

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